Centennial, Franklin & Ravenwood Game Results

In the 6-AAA Tournament bracket, two out of three local teams remain.

On Friday night in the Quarterfinal Round, Centennial beat Antioch 57 to 49 and Franklin beat Hillsboro 40 to 38. Ravenwood lost to Cane Ridge 24 to 50.

This is Centennial’s first region win in the 21-year history of program.

Semifinals will take place Monday and Championship games Wednesday. On Monday, Centennial and Franklin will face each other.

Brentwood Academy

In Div II-AABrentwood Academy was victorious over Baylor 48 to 37 and will face Briarcrest in the state semis Thursday at Lipscomb. Brentwood Academy has won three straight titles.z

Father Ryan knocked Hutchinson out of contention with a 41 to 25 score and Ensworth beat St Benedict 70 to 38

Now the #1 (Father Ryan) and #2 (Ensworth) teams in the Div II-AA standing will face each other in the semis on Thursday. This is the first time Father Ryan has advanced to the Final Four since 2004.

Battle Ground Academy and Franklin Road Academy

In Div II-A, BGA beat Lausanne 54 to 48 but FRA lost to University School of Jackson 46 to 64.

BGA will face University School of Jackson Friday in the semifinals at Lipscomb.

Christ Presbyterian Academy and Page

In 6-AA quarterfinals, CPA beat Stewart Co 39 to 23 and Page beat Lewis Co 63 to 49. CPA and Page will play each other in the semis Monday at Creek Wood.


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